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I'm not so sure. I can't beleive how close the last seperation vote was though.

Having Quebec as an independant nation would seperate Canada from Canada, not just Quebec from Canada. Unfortunately, we're better off with Quebec.
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duude do you guys like... toke up man?

hah

Isn't it like somewhat legal to burn up there?
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only in BC it's legal to smoke and legal to have possesion up to a certain amount. Everywhere = Jailtime. It is however legal if it's for medicinal purposes.

Is stress a medical condition? lol
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You guys are too much like Canadians to hate :) We'd rather have you guys than Quebec. LOL
Ahh like I say, Minnesotans are the closet to Canadians without being Canadian. You are Minnesota's favorite cousin!
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We consider you guys more of a 2nd cousin from a step parent. lol.
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only in BC it's legal to smoke and legal to have possesion up to a certain amount. Everywhere = Jailtime. It is however legal if it's for medicinal purposes.

Is stress a medical condition? lol

Anything under I believe a 1/2 ounce, is a misdemeanor, meaning they can't charge you, just write you a ticket, kinda like being drunk in public.

Ask me how I know

And yes stress is a valid medical condition. But if anyone asks I have glaucoma lol.

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Isn't it like somewhat legal to burn up there?
Man you sounded like one of us there, nice work!


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We consider you guys more of a 2nd cousin from a step parent. lol.

And Quebec is that damned red headed step child that everyone hates.
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only in BC it's legal to smoke and legal to have possesion up to a certain amount. Everywhere = Jailtime. It is however legal if it's for medicinal purposes.

Is stress a medical condition? lol
Alberta you can have up to 15 grams of marijuana. The cops won't even fine you for the possession.Technically they are supposed to but it's too much hassle. They'll simply ask you to put it on the ground and cush it or throw it out. Over 15 grams is considered enough to be dealing and you can get in trouble for that. All in all, nobody cares about pot.

PS Chainfire, I love Quebec but I am French.


Whoa we just highjacked a thread.
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Sorry, the whole Quebec is just annoying. I think that if they want to be on their the own they should move to France. Too much hastle breaking up Canada
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LOL!!!!

Then who would populate Quebec? Oh! We could ship most of the Toronto area there, since more than half of them don't speak english!
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The OP's question has been answered, I don't consider this hijacking, just following the course where the thread goes lol.

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Alberta you can have up to 15 grams of marijuana. The cops won't even fine you for the possession.Technically they are supposed to but it's too much hassle. They'll simply ask you to put it on the ground and cush it or throw it out. Over 15 grams is considered enough to be dealing and you can get in trouble for that. All in all, nobody cares about pot.

PS Chainfire, I love Quebec but I am French.
Same here, except they won't ask you to throw it out, just put it away.

And sorry I can't share my love for quebec, I gotta deal with a francophone every day at work. I do like Montreal though, just for their parties, ans strippers.

And I might be misinformed, but language/culture wise isn't quebec french and "french" french different? From what I have heard the frenchies that came to Quebec were outcasts.



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They can't. The frogs hate them too.
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And sorry I can't share my love for quebec, I gotta deal with a francophone every day at work. I do like Montreal though, just for their parties, ans strippers.

And I might be misinformed, but language/culture wise isn't quebec french and "french" french different? From what I have heard the frenchies that came to Quebec were outcasts.

They can't. The frogs hate them too.
I speak french and have done so my entire life. Québec french and france french are the exact same. There are just differences in accents and slang/swear words. Otherwise the language is the same. A comparison would be like Newfoundland english (newfanese) compared to UK english accents. It's the same language just different accents.

The France vs Quebec thing is not exactly hatred, it's more a rivalry. It's pretty much old news.
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LOL!!!!

Then who would populate Quebec? Oh! We could ship most of the Toronto area there, since more than half of them don't speak english!
Haha I don't care, **** lets send the half the population of New York there.
God damned French for bringing them over here!
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I speak french and have done so my entire life. Québec french and france french are the exact same. There are just differences in accents and slang/swear words. Otherwise the language is the same. A comparison would be like Newfoundland english (newfanese) compared to UK english accents. It's the same language just different accents.

The France vs Quebec thing is not exactly hatred, it's more a rivalry. It's pretty much old news.

Newfanese ain't english lol. It's more like...a sober version of drunken Irish Slur
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Newfanese ain't english lol. It's more like...a sober version of drunken Irish Slur
Fair enough. You may notice when you move to alberta that most of newfoundland moved out here as well. It's really bad up in Fort McMurray. Newfies everywhere!

Larsen.... I am just going to ignore your post. Go eat some freedom fries.
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Fair enough. You may notice when you move to alberta that most of newfoundland moved out here as well. It's really bad up in Fort McMurray. Newfies everywhere!

Larsen.... I am just going to ignore your post. Go eat some freedom fries.
I have heard from people when I have visited my cousins out there. They say you are more likely to meet someone that has moved here from another province, than one that was born here.

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I speak french and have done so my entire life. Québec french and france french are the exact same. There are just differences in accents and slang/swear words. Otherwise the language is the same. A comparison would be like Newfoundland english (newfanese) compared to UK english accents. It's the same language just different accents.

The France vs Quebec thing is not exactly hatred, it's more a rivalry. It's pretty much old news.
That is good to know. I know I stereotype the french, but to be fair, I do liek the women.

My last "fling" I guess you could call it, was from Montreal. She was a fox, need I say more???


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Get used to ignorant posts, there are alot. I don't even find it worth posting about them anymore.
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Fair enough. You may notice when you move to alberta that most of newfoundland moved out here as well. It's really bad up in Fort McMurray. Newfies everywhere!

Larsen.... I am just going to ignore your post. Go eat some freedom fries.
lol. 1 in 3 factory workers here is a newfie.
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I have heard from people when I have visited my cousins out there. They say you are more likely to meet someone that has moved here from another province, than one that was born here.



That is good to know. I know I stereotype the french, but to be fair, I do liek the women.

My last "fling" I guess you could call it, was from Montreal. She was a fox, need I say more???




Get used to ignorant posts, there are alot. I don't even find it worth posting about them anymore.
No, its not an ignorant post, its a simple suggestion. I am sorry if my not liking the French or anything to do with the French bothers you. I have met many French people when i was over there and they don't respect Americans.
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they don't respect Americans.

But really, who does?
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But really, who does?
Good point Mikey.
Larsen, you are going to find wherever you go there are alot of people who have lost respect for your country. Not your fault, it's your governments. It's not just the French. I am not trying to start an argument, just stating the facts as I don't live in America and travel quite often and find the same opinions and beliefs.

I think the respect for your nationg is growing (no offense to the republicans in here) because of your recent election of Obama. Bush was the main reason for the intense growth of anti-Americanism around the world.

I hope you don't take offense. I have a few American friends and they are great people (they are even republicans).
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Good point Mikey.
Larsen, you are going to find wherever you go there are alot of people who have lost respect for your country. Not your fault, it's your governments. It's not just the French. I am not trying to start an argument, just stating the facts as I don't live in America and travel quite often and find the same opinions and beliefs.

I think the respect for your nationg is growing (no offense to the republicans in here) because of your recent election of Obama. Bush was the main reason for the intense growth of anti-Americanism around the world.

I hope you don't take offense. I have a few American friends and they are great people (they are even republicans).
Haha I know, I just thought you were calling me ignorant for not liking the French. I am sure some of them are nice but most hate the Americans.
I can tell you meant no harm though... So its all good, I am American and I am a Republican. Yes Bush did do a lot of things wrong but he did have a lot of stuff to deal with. I think Obama will do fine but I would rather see McCain in office. Anywho, I love Canadians. A great friendly nation... Sadly the French Canadians can ruin the good image of Canada.
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yeah,but the French Canadians have been pretty quiet lately. The only blip on the radar has been that retard Stephane Dion for the Liberal Party. Such a jackass.

I've never been anti-American, but I was definetly anti-Bush. It's amazing how one man can make millions lose credibility in the status of the world. And like Jerome said, with Obama's election win, love for the US is rising again and people are quoting Obama as "a moden day messiah."

It's funny. The few times I have been to Europe, other people on the trips with us, or even local Europeans were always kind of cold and ignorant towards me and my family, and always asking "you American?" with a sneer, and then when we reply "no no, we're Canadian" they're all like "oooh Canadian, we love you, here have free stuff!"
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yeah,but the French Canadians have been pretty quiet lately. The only blip on the radar has been that retard Stephane Dion for the Liberal Party. Such a jackass.
I would call him a jackass, if I could understand what he is saying.

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It's funny. The few times I have been to Europe, other people on the trips with us, or even local Europeans were always kind of cold and ignorant towards me and my family, and always asking "you American?" with a sneer, and then when we reply "no no, we're Canadian" they're all like "oooh Canadian, we love you, here have free stuff!"
Got the same treatment in Cuba and Mexico. I always would have a Canadian flag sewn onto my backpack. Got me into bars, cheaper hotel rates, hmm maybe ti was just my good looks....

There were Americans there that had the Canadian flags strewn about. Hats, patches, etc.
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I would call him a jackass, if I could understand what he is saying.



Got the same treatment in Cuba and Mexico. I always would have a Canadian flag sewn onto my backpack. Got me into bars, cheaper hotel rates, hmm maybe ti was just my good looks....

There were Americans there that had the Canadian flags strewn about. Hats, patches, etc.
LMAO...he sounds like he's chewing on peanut butter while he's trying to speak.

Canadians seem to be welcome everywhere in the world. Alot of it goes back to our help in WW I and II and all of our recent peace keeping work. We aren't the fighters and aggressors like the Americans tend to be labeled as.

The only thing that gives the Americans away disguised as Canadians is the hand guns and the drawl.
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LMAO...he sounds like he's chewing on peanut butter while he's trying to speak.

Canadians seem to be welcome everywhere in the world. Alot of it goes back to our help in WW I and II and all of our recent peace keeping work. We aren't the fighters and aggressors like the Americans tend to be labeled as.

The only thing that gives the Americans away disguised as Canadians is the hand guns and the drawl.
HAHAHA I loled on that peanut butter comment.
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lmao, can't give myself credit for that... Dean Blundell on the Dean Blundell radio show on 102.1 The Edge quoted that. Best Morning Show EVER.
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